jdaviz is a package of astronomical data analysis visualization
tools based on the Jupyter platform. These GUI-based tools link data
visualization and interactive analysis. They are designed to work
within a Jupyter notebook cell, as a standalone desktop application,
or as embedded windows within a website – all with nearly identical
jdaviz applications currently include tools for interactive
visualization of spectroscopic and imaging data.
Imviz is a tool for visualization and quick-look analysis for 2D astronomical images.
Specviz is a tool for visualization and quick-look analysis of 1D astronomical spectra.
Cubeviz provides a view of spectroscopic data cubes (like those
to be produced by JWST MIRI), along with 1D spectra extracted from the
Mosviz is a visualization tool for many astronomical
spectra, typically the output of a multi-object spectrograph (e.g.,
JWST NIRSpec), and includes viewers for 1D and 2D spectra as well as
contextual information like on-sky views of the spectrograph slit.
jdaviz version 3.5, python 3.8 is no longer supported. Please use python 3.9 or
greater to get the latest bug fixes and feature additions for
jdaviz is one tool that is part of STScI’s larger
Data Analysis Tools Ecosystem.
The offline version of this documentation can be downloaded from Jdaviz zipped HTML downloads page.
Recordings and instructional notebooks from live Jdaviz tutorials can be found at the JWebbinar website under the “Materials and Videos” expandable section. Scroll down to the bottom of that section to find materials from the most recent session (JWebbinar 24, March 2023).